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course1 bollagh; coorsal; coorse: The course was of great value - Va'n coorse feer ymmydoil. DF idiom; jastan; pairk; snaue

course2 (n.) (of river) lhiabbee

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change course (v.) arraghey

damp course (n.) jastan tashid

golf course (n.) foain golf, magher golf

intermediate course (n.) mean-choorse

introductory course (n.) coorse-toshee

main course (n.) ard-choorse

Of course (intj) Myrchaagh

race course (n.) coorse ratchal

third course (n.) threshtee

Certificate of course completion (n.) Teisht Cooilleeney Coorse

three course meal (n.) lhongey tree coorse

ard-choorse main course

coorsal course, cruise

coorse ratchal race course

coorse-toshee introductory course; starter

foain golf golf course

jastan course, layer, row

jastan tashid damp course

mean-choorse intermediate course

threshtee (f.) third course

lhongey tree coorse three course meal

magher golf pl. magheryn golf golf course

Teisht Cooilleeney Coorse Certificate of course completion

easterly my hiar; niar: Easterly current - Troa niar. DF idiom; shiar: Easterly course - Coorse shiar. DF idiom

arraghey (=Ir. athrú) adjourn, adjournment, change, change course, digress, digression, dislodge, dislodgement, displacement, mutation, trim; shift, manoeuvre, migration, motion, move, removal, remove: fow dty chooid aarloo son arraghey Bible; (transport) carriage

bollagh aforetime, wont: raad bollagh ad stoyral ny ourallyn-arran Bible; channel, course, curving uphill road, gap, gorge, lane, passage, route, thoroughfare: Yiare eh magh bollagh dasyn magh ass y chamyr. DF

lhiabbee (=Ir. leahadh, Sc. leabd) (f.) pl. lhiabbaghyn bed, couch, litter, seat, seating: hayrn eh seose e chassynsy lhiabbee Bible; (of river) course; (of hare) form

Myrchaagh (intj) Of course: agh myrchaagh haink lesh dy yannoo ashoon ren goll dy cheeill, as ren arrym y choyrt dys ny leighaghyn Yee, ayns eash aynsyn va lhied ny reddyn goan. Coraa

pairk (=Ir. páirc) (f.) course, moorland, pasture field, untilled field: Pairk Valley Cheerey Connaghyn. DF; park, public garden: Hannah, t'adsyn er hroggal pairk son paitchyn aegey ec Faaie Craine. BS

likewise (adv.) lheid elley; myrgeddin: And likewise did he for all his strange wives - As myrgeddin hrog eh son ooilley e vraane joarree Bible; neesht: in his course likewise were twenty and four thousand - ayns y choorse echeysyn neesht va kiare thousaneyn as feed Bible; myrchaagh, myr-chaagh: Likewise when all the Jews that were in Moab - Myr-chaagh, tra va ooilley ny Hewnyn y ayns Moab Bible; er yn aght cheddin: he went out about the sixth and ninth hour, and did likewise - hie eh magh mysh y cheyoo as yn nuyoo oor, as ren eh er yn aght cheddin Bible

coorse (=Ir. cúrsa) pl. coorseyn career, circuit, curriculum, racetrack, reef, route, routine, travel, way; course: harrish coorse y nah vee Bible; row: ver uss frankincense ghlen er dagh coorse Bible; turn: tra va coorse Esther, inneen Abihail, er jeet mygeayrt dy gholl stiagh gys y ree Bible

snaue (=Ir. snámh) course, crawl, crawling, creep, creeping, glide, gliding, mesh, scuttle, sidle, slither, slithering: as dagh nhee ta snaue er yn ooir bee shen feohdoil Bible; bathing, float, floating, flotation, swim, in suspension, swimming: cre-erbee ta snaue trooid raaidyn ny faarkaghyn Bible; (as child) creep; (of snail) track [O.Ir. snáïd]


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